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GamersGate Adds Iceberg Interactive Titles to its Portfolio

by Rainier on June 30, 2009 @ 10:39 a.m. PDT

GamersGate announced a distribution deal with Iceberg Interactive to distribute select titles worldwide. Poker Simulator is now available on GamersGate, and additional titles including The Last Chariot of the Gods and Bee Smart will be available in the coming months.

"GamersGate's growing audience and expanding library of critically acclaimed and independent titles is the perfect destination for our games," said Erik Schreuder, CEO and Founder of Iceberg Interactive. "We strive to produce the best possible gaming experience, and strongly believe that how and where gamers buy their games is a big part of that experience."

Poker Simulator, available for both PC and Mac, will be released on GamersGate's Mac section, which launched on June 10. Bee Smart is a brain training game for kids, developed for the PC and consoles. The game will improve certain brain activities, such as speed, perception, creativity and memory, making it a great choice for responsible parents who want their children to learn while they play. The Last Chariot of the Gods, a point and click adventure game for the PC, was developed by the Austrian studio Homegrown Games. The Last Chariot of the Gods submerges players in a world of ancient legends and modern day conspiracy to answer the ultimate question - are we alone in the universe?

"Iceberg Interactive shares our mission of supporting independent developers by helping them to leverage their creativity and drive new revenue based on the quality of their games," stated Theodore Bergquist CEO of GamersGate. "Our shared vision is key to achieving our goals and bringing innovation to the gaming industry."

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